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Discussion in 'Non-Opeth Music Chat' started by Scourge of Malice, Sep 27, 2006.
^ Lucky dratsab.
Skid Row, Nov15.
I'll be seeing them on Dec 4th!!
My band Riverden will be opening at the Allentown show on November 6th...come early to check us out
Cool! Do you know what time do you guys come on?
Not yet, I think it depends on the final ticket sales and Im not sure how many other openers they have booked besides us & sil veth
It says Arsis and The Agonist on the Croc Rock site. Anyway, looking forward to seeing you guys!
wer a local opener so we wouldnt be listed on the croc rock site. We have tickets that wev been selling so Il trust that
So how was the show last night? What about the opening acts. I am debating going to see them next Sat in Minneapolis. Just trying to figure out if the 4 hour drive and hotel is worth it. They have 6 bands listed as playing. Did Enslaved play a decent amount of time?
There were six bands last night as well. Enslaved did about 8-9 songs, I guess. Absolutely amazing, as expected. Sucks there were only 100 people or so...
I thought the opening local act, Bereavement, was AWESOME! Arsis rocked hard, and The Agonist was...OK.
Righteous. I just ordered my tickets. I haven't seen them before so I'm pretty stoked. The other bands playing are The Faceless, Arsis, The Agonist, Arc Angel, and Indetheist. I'm guessing the last two are locals.
Yep, most likely.
The show was clutch! Enslaved did 9-10 (can't remember exactly) songs then came back for a 2-song encore. They played quite a bit from the old albums. I'd say about 3-4 songs from Ruun, 2 from Isa, 1 from Below The Lights and the rest from Eld, Frost and VV.
The Faceless was average and played the shortest amount which is strange since they were second billing. Arsis was decent but really loud. The Agonist totally caught me off guard. The singer was hiding and came out right before she started in with the death vocals. Chicks singing death metal are hot. The two locals are locals for a reason. Nothing special but OK, I guess. The second local act had a very big following at the show. I think most people were there to see the locals and Arsis as opposed to Enslaved. I'd say in total there were probably 200 people.
Was anyone at Mark's Place on the 10th in NH? The show kicked an abundance of ass!
Enslaved has a tendency towards kicking ass when it comes to live.